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Canon EOS-1D X Mark III

Announcement date January 6th 2020

Days Since Last Release
220
Average Days Between Releases
1,243
Days Between Previous Releases
EOS-1D X Mark II: Announced Feb 1, 2016
1,435
EOS-1D X: Announced Oct 8, 2011
1,577
EOS-1D Mark IV: Announced Oct 20, 2009
718

 

 

Days Since Last Release
1,655
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Canon EOS-1D X Mark II

Announcement date February 1st 2016

Days Since Last Release
1,655
Average Days Between Releases
1,147
Days Between Previous Releases
EOS-1D X: Announced Oct 8, 2011
1,577
EOS-1D Mark IV: Announced Oct 20, 2009
718

Buy Now? No
A replacement to the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II will happen on January 6, 2020.

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Announcement date August 25th 2016

Days Since Last Release
1,449
Average Days Between Releases
1,340
Days Between Previous Releases
EOS 5D Mark III: Announced Mar 2, 2012
1,637
EOS 5D Mark II: Announced Sep 17, 2008
1,262

EOS 5D: Announced Aug 2, 2005
1,122


Buy Now? Yes
The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is a safe buy, as we do not expect a direct replacement until 2020 at the earliest. Previous iterations have run on a 3-4 year product cycle.

Canon EOS 6D Mark II

Announcement date June 29th 2017

Days Since Last Release
1,141
Days Between Previous Releases
EOS 6D: Announced Sep 17, 2012
1,746

Buy Now? Yes
This is Canon’s entry level full frame DSLR and it should stick around for quite some time. We’re hoping that the EOS 6D series moves to a quicker product cycle than the very long 4 years and 9 months between the EOS 6D and EOS 6D Mark II.

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Canon EOS 7D Mark II

Announcement date September 15th 2014

Days Since Last Release
2,159
Days Between Previous Releases
EOS 7D: Announced Sep 1, 2009
1,637

Buy Now? No
We don’t believe we’ll see an EOS 7D Mark III, and that a professional APS-C camera may never be coming.

Canon EOS 90D

Announcement date August 28th 2019

Days Since Last Release
351
Average Days Between Releases
753
Days Between Previous Releases
EOS 80D: Announced Mar 8, 2016
1,287
EOS 70D: Announced Jul 2, 2013
961
EOS 60D: Announced Aug 26, 2010
1,041
EOS 50D: Announced Oct 6, 2008
689
EOS 40D: Announced Aug 20, 2007
413
EOS 30D: Announced Feb 21, 2006
545
EOS 20D: Announced Aug 19, 2004
551
EOS 10D: Announced Feb 27, 2003
539

Buy Now? Yes
All signs point to the EOS 90D being the last DSLR in this long-running line of APS-C cameras

Canon EOS 77D

Announcement date February 14th 2017

Days Since Last Release
1,276

Days Between Previous Releases
EOS Rebel T6s: Feb 6, 2015
739


Buy Now? Yes
The EOS 77D may have a polarizing name, but in the end it’s a “super Rebel” and will likely run on an 18-24 month product cycle. That said, we’re not sure we’ll ever see a direct replacement for this camera or if this is some kind of hold over while Canon rethinks the xxD line.

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Canon EOS Rebel T7i/800D/X9i

Announcement date February 14th 2017

Days Since Last Release
1,276
Average Days Between Releases
480
Days Between Previous Releases
EOS Rebel T6i: Announced Feb 6, 2015
739
EOS Rebel T5i: Announced Mar 21, 2013
687
EOS Rebel T4i: Announced Jun 15, 2012
279
EOS Rebel T3i: Announced Feb 7, 2011
494
EOS Rebel T2i: Announced Feb 28, 2010
344
EOS Rebel T1i: Announced Mar 25, 2009
340

Buy Now? No
We think a replacement is coming in late August of 2019.